Resusable EEG equipment can harbor microorganisms that may lead to hospital-acquired infections. A study led by a Cleveland Clinic ACNO investigates the number and types of bacteria on such equipment.
Nurses at Cleveland Clinic Hillcrest Hospital conducted research on fall risk education to help elderly patients beyond their hospital stay.
Nurses at Cleveland Clinic Hillcrest Hospital found data scarce on link between delaying the first bath and breastfeeding exclusivity so they conducted a study of 1,000 births.
Cleveland Clinic ACNO led a clinical study to determine if changes in a patient’s heart failure signs and symptoms at 90 days affect caregiver burden and quality of life.
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Innovation is for everyone – it’s also an important part of a nurse’s professional responsibility. ECNO Kelly Hancock shares why every nurse should attend Cleveland Clinic’s 6th Annual Nursing Innovation Summit!
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More nurse scientists are using social media to connect with potential research participants and as a research tool. A nurse scientist shares her experiences.